49ers re-sign DL T.Y. McGill to 1-year contract

The 49ers on Thursday agreed to re-sign one of their own free agents. Veteran defensive lineman T.Y. McGill is signing a one-year deal with the club after playing well in his brief stint with the team to end last season per NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.

McGill was a practice squad addition whose services were needed when injuries piled up on the interior of the defensive line. He wound up playing in nine games and posted a pair of tackles for loss with a pair of quarterback hits.

There were multiple short yardage plays where McGill got through to either make a stop or alter the play to help San Francisco’s defense get a stop.

The 2022 season was McGill’s eighth in the NFL. He also spent time with the Colts, Browns, Eagles, Chargers and Vikings. Now his ninth season will be a chance to carve out a real role along the interior of a 49ers defensive line that has some holes to fill behind new presumed starter Javon Hargrave.


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Story originally appeared on Niners Wire